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Villa and apartment rentals in Canary Islands

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Villa Maluhia Beachfront-Exterior jacuzzi sea view
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Entire villa · 6 guests · 5 beds · 2 bathrooms

Villa Maluhia Beachfront-Exterior jacuzzi sea viewMaluhia, is a house located in a privileged environment on the beachfront of Corralejo (Fuerteventura) and with direct access to the beach. The house has a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, 3 bedrooms (6 people capacity) and a bathroom. In addition, it has an outdoor area with a fantastic terrace with chill-out area and sea views. Without a doubt, a magnificent option for sea lovers.

Solar heated pool villa, very quiet area.
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Entire villa · 4 guests · 3 beds · 2 bathrooms

Solar heated pool villa, very quiet area.Absolute tranquility in Casa Sultana, where you will find an exquisite decoration made by a great island decorator. Just 900 meters from the beach and the beautiful and lonely Playa Blanca.

The Sâlty Villa Fuerteventura - Cotillo Sunset
Entire villa · 10 guests · 6 beds · 4 bathrooms

The Sâlty Villa Fuerteventura - Cotillo SunsetVilla Sâlty is a place created so that you can enjoy your holidays in Fuerteventura in a unique way. It is a 300m2 villa with views of the sea and the Cotillo sunset. Located in the town of Roque next to El Cotillo, it has a unique location due to its surroundings and silence. It is the perfect place to disconnect, get salty and enjoy.

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Popular villa amenities in Canary Islands

  • Pool
  • Wifi
  • Kitchen
  • Hot tub
  • Pets allowed

Apartments in Canary Islands

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  2. Santiago del Teide
Oceanfront apartment in charming Puerto Santiago!
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  2. Icod de los Vinos
***** Just do it : take my Superhost lovin’ place
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  2. Tacoronte
New Romantic Apartment on a Rugged Hillside with Sunset View
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  2. Santiago del Teide
Cozy vacation 2 bedroom apartments
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  2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
New Separated Entrance City Center Apartment
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  2. Santiago del Teide
Ocean shore apartment 2
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  2. Puntallana
Large, modern apartment with stunning views
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  2. Bajamar
MARAVILLOSO APARTAMENTO, TERRAZA, WIFI, VISTAS MAR
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  2. Icod de los Vinos
Privacy: pool, terrace & garden, bbq, views [G]
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  2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Labyrinth of the sea🌊
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  2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Apartamento conceptual vistas mar y centro
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  2. Orzola
Casa Charco Viejo, Orzola

Pet-friendly villas

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  2. Mogán
Luxury villa in Tauro AnfiGolf
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  2. Playa Blanca
Casa Tacande
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  2. Playa Blanca
Wunderschöne Villa direkt am Meer
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  2. San Bartolome de Tirajana
Comfortable villa, golf- seaview, private pool
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  2. Punta Mujeres
Villa la mar
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  2. Corralejo
VILLA MARIPOSAS DREAMS 6 VACACIONES DE ENSUEÑO
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  2. La Oliva
Villa in Fuerteventura for rent
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  2. La Oliva
DUNA COLORADA 2 - sin piscina
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  2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Villa Rural “EL TOPO”
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  2. Maspalomas
Villa Calypso, private villa garden & private pool
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  2. La Oliva
DUNA COLORADA 5 - Private pool
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  2. Lajares
Spacious villa with heated pool and great wifi

Villas with pools

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  2. Oroteanda Baja
Independent villa with an immense heated pool!
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  2. Playa Blanca
🌟 Villa Margarita🌟
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  2. Puerto de la Cruz
HEATED POOL Tenerife, Villa relax, Ultra Fast wifi
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  2. Pasito Blanco
Pasito blanco VistaMar {PRIVATE POOL}
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  2. Montaña Roja
Beautiful semi-detached villa next to lighthouse
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  2. Puerto de la Cruz
Villa El Mirador
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  2. La Oliva
Anahi Homes Corralejo - Villa Brezo 1
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  2. Breña Baja
V&C Luxury Village
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  2. Macher, Las Palmas
ICONIC VILLA LANZAROTE
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  2. Antigua
La Perla Azul,Panoramic ocean views, HEATED POOL.
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  2. Lajares
New Villa Lajares - Casa Belza - Piscine Privée
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  2. Yaiza
Luxueuse villa indépendante Pool 29°-Tv Sat, Wifi

Your guide to Canary Islands

Welcome to the Canary Islands

Warm and sunny all year round, this archipelago off the northwestern coast of Africa offers a world of earthly, and unearthly, delights. Four of its seven islands — Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and La Palma — have been declared biosphere reserves, and its volcanic rock has fostered a kaleidoscope of natural wonders, from teeming subtropical forests to desert cacti and dramatic peaks to the beaches of golden, white, red, and even black sands that have made the Canaries such a popular tourist destination. Step away from the seaside resorts and you will find a wealth of heritage in towns like Orotava, La Laguna, and Vegueta, which combine Spanish and Moorish influences, while traces of the islands’ Aboriginal inhabitants have been found dating to the 10th century BCE. But what will stay with you longest are the extraterrestrial landscapes: the red Martian plains and black lunar dunes that seem to have deposited you on another planet entirely.


How do I get around Canary Islands?

Each islands has its own airport: Gran Canaria (LPA), Tenerife Sur (TFS), Lanzarote (ACE), and Fuerteventura (FUE) are the largest international hubs, while the smaller islands of El Hierro, La Palma, and La Gomera are connected via daily flights that are measured in minutes rather than hours. Ferry services allow easy transport among the islands, with opportunities for dolphin and whale spotting en route. There are bus routes that can help you get around each of the islands, and plenty of taxi companies, but most visitors find it easier to rent a car to explore the diverse topography. Motorbike hire is also popular.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Canary Islands?

The southerly location and subtropical climate of the Canary Islands mean that there’s really no bad time to visit — temperatures rarely drop below comfortable T-shirt weather. Peak seasons are summer and winter, when Europeans come to escape the cold, so spring and autumn are both good options for avoiding the crowds. Speaking of crowds, expect plenty in February, when the Canaries host the world’s third-largest Carnival, with the main celebrations taking place on Tenerife. There’s also a popular music festival that takes place across the archipelago in January and February, while a number of traditional fiestas and holy days, such as Semana Santa and Corpus Christi, liven up the springtime. The Fiesta de San Andrés, which takes place in November, is also a big deal in Tenerife.


What are the top things to do in Canary Islands?

El Teide

Spain’s tallest mountain, and the third highest volcano in the world, makes a stark silhouette in the middle of Tenerife, surrounded by miles of flat lava fields. If you don’t feel like climbing the full 3,715 metres to its peak, a cable car will take you to the top, offering views across the Atlantic and even to the other islands along the journey.

Maspalomas

Gran Canaria’s liveliest beach, at the southern tip of the island, is lined with restaurants and all manner of entertainment. It’s also backed by a huge bank of sand dunes that spans 1,000 acres, which is now a natural reserve with otherworldly vistas across its ever-changing landscape.

Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

A vast pine forest, enclosed within a volcanic crater, sits at the centre of La Palma, earning it the nickname La Isla Bonita. Water streams from springs and crystal-clear waterfalls, cutting fabulous shapes into the rocks around it, while trees cling impossibly to the eroded hillsides. This is hiking at its most atmospheric.